Blogs

BMJ Blog: Collecting data is just the start – Josie O’Heney

Published: 07 Feb 2022

“…one day we won’t be reporting that the colour of your skin impacts your risk of dying at what should be one of the happiest times of your life.”

Blog: The Future for National Clinical Audit

Published: 07 Feb 2022

By HQIP’s  Medical Director Danny Keenan

Blog: Meet last year’s Richard Driscoll Memorial Award winner!

Published: 17 Sep 2021

As the deadline to submit entries to the Richard Driscoll Memorial Award gets closer, we speak to Sarah Oyebanjo, Project Manager for the National Early Inflammatory Arthritis Audit (NEIAA) and last year’s winner to find out what winning the Richard Driscoll Memorial Award meant to the team and how patient and public involvement (PPI) is embedded in their work.

The First 100 Days

Published: 25 Feb 2021

Falls and Fragility Fracture Audit Programme – RDMA20 Case Study

Published: 18 Dec 2020

FFFAP, highly commended in previous years have consistently shown a commitment to involving patients and carers within their audit programme. The patient panel are enthusiastic and engaged and throughout 2020 have remained positive as illustrated in this blog where the team describe how the PPI activities continued with the panel building on audit findings and identifying what is important to patients - producing a range of resources as a result.

National Neonatal Audit Programme – RDMA20 Case Study

Published: 18 Dec 2020

The NNAP team works very closely with their parent representatives and this blog highlights the benefits of working practices during lockdown and how it improved accessibility for interested parents to be involved with examples of outputs and impact throughout 2020.

Hear from our Heroes: Joint Winner, Clinical Audit Professional of the Year

Published: 11 Sep 2020

It was a privilege to be jointly awarded clinical  audit professional of the year. I felt valued knowing that someone in my organisation had nominated me. Really though, this is a reflection on all the great work that goes on in our team and by hard working groups and individuals across our organisation. We are constantly striving to make audit matter, integrate our work as widely as possible, demonstrate improvements and share learning whenever we can.

COVID-19 – Some Positive Outcomes

Published: 10 Sep 2020

With the outbreak of this pandemic, there have been many consequences for the delivery of healthcare in the United Kingdom. It became apparent early on that it was having a negative impact on those with cardiovascular disease.

Hear from our Heroes: Team of the Year

Published: 08 Sep 2020

X-PERT Health was thrilled to hear that we were the winner of Audit Hero Awards “Team of the Year” category. This was for demonstrating high levels of patient engagement and co-design as well as evidence-based systemic change leading to sustained improvement.

Hear from our Heroes: Clinical Practitioner of the Year (Local)

Published: 07 Sep 2020

It was a great privilege to be nominated for the audit hero awards (thanks to my colleagues who think I do a good job in this area). It was incredibly exciting when I heard that I won the award. Certainly a game changer in my QI journey!

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